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The Designer And The Grid

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This book reveals the key to the hidden driving force behind almost all graphic design- the grid is shown to be ubiquitous in a cultural context as well as central to other areas of the arts. However, this richly illustrated book concentrates on the principles of the grid within graphic design, showing designs both with and without their underlying grids. The favorite grids of top designers are also featured. The authors take a step by step look at the precision of the digital grid and ask, provocatively, whether the new CAD/CAM technologies may spell the end of the grid as we know it.


First published October 1, 2002

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Lucienne Roberts

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Uma abordagem contemporânea do gride no design gráfico, passando pelas artes, arquitetura, design de móveis, escolas artísticas, cotidiano e cinema. Na segunda parte, grandes designers discutem como o gride entra em seu trabalho.
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